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... minutes to walk from our bed and breakfast to the center square. Today was more or less a get away day. We met our new driver, Daimen. We had a couple of hours before we got to the airport so we discussed the Russians, guns, marijuana, and other current events. We were interested in Poland's take on things and Daimen was interested in our take. The trip went by very fast. Almost as fast as our flight. After a short taxi ride ...
... the battle and the following retribution by Nazis. The Poles expected to have help from the Russian army which was encamped a few miles outside of Warsaw. The Russians never showed up and the Germans prevailed leading to a slaughter. This followed the Jewish Ghetto uprising of 1943, when the Jewish resistance fighters fought the German soldiers and police who entered the ghetto to deport the remaining occupants ...
April 23/4 The Journey Begins
The Los Angeles delegation of the BJE March of the Living started today with a VERY early arrival at LAX. After a bit of a balagon (craziness) at the airport as 220+ people tried to check into 3 separate flights, it was off to either Chicago (the majority of the group) or NY (the smaller group).
After uneventful flights, the NY group landed first and had a short, 1 hour tour of the old Jewish ghetto ...
... befits a nation finding itself after a couple of generations of totalitarianism. We chanced upon the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior yesterday as well and ticked another of the worlds subway systems off the list - all 1 line of it (theyre busy disrupting traffic building the second one as we speak). The emphasis here is very much on 1939-45 unlike Lithuania which was formerly formally part of the USSR and suffered ...
... no shortage of big companies. As you walk out of the train station the first thing you see is a Marks and Spencer sign and as you look up you see AXA Insurance and other big names.
The bus route included a lot of Jewish history which I think I have almost had enough of. It is everywhere. The weather held off for a few snaps from the bus and surprisingly the windows did not fog up too much.
After the tour we walked back ...